Boris orders rainbow to rise as he reverses ban of flying the LGBT flag at the Foreign Office during Gay Pride

Jul 17, 2016 by

by Black Dog, Mailonline: There was never any doubt that Boris Johnson would be a more colourful Foreign Secretary than his rather grey predecessor Philip Hammond. So it comes as no surprise to learn that one of BoJo’s first decisions as our top diplomat has been to reverse the anti-gay-marriage Hammond’s ban on flying the LGBT movement’s rainbow flag at the Foreign Office and British embassies during Gay Pride events. Read...

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Seven Canadian bishops ‘publicly dissent’ from same-sex marriage vote

Jul 16, 2016 by

by Tali Folkins, Anglican Journal: General Synod “erred grievously” in its approval, earlier this week, of a resolution allowing same-sex marriages, a group of seven bishops say. In  a statement  released Friday, July 15, the bishops said they “publicly dissent” from the decision, which, they add, “imperils our full communion within the Anglican Church of Canada and with Anglicans throughout the world.” The statement, a copy of which was sent to the Anglican Journal, also called on the...

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CANADA: Behind the scenes bullying at Synod over Same Sex Marriage Resolution

Jul 15, 2016 by

by David W Virtue DD, VOL: VIRTUEONLINE has received word that intimidation and bullying took place behind the scenes at the recent Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada over the push for same sex marriage. In fact, the press was kept out of the loop about what really took place, but a number of sources gave VOL a vivid insight into what went on to get same-sex marriage legitimized in the ACoC. […]  Here is what VOL learned. When the Synod members broke up into small discussion groups,...

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Gay Agenda’s Attacks on Christianity Leave Former Lesbian ‘Frustrated’

Jul 15, 2016 by

by Janet Boynes, Charisma: The body of Christ worldwide is challenged to respond to the issue of homosexuality. While the acceptance of homosexuality has accelerated faster in some nations than in others, the fact remains that Christians in all countries face the challenge of responding with love and truth to all those who struggle in this area. While damage has undoubtedly been done by the watering down of the gospel, immeasurable damage has also been done when truth has been preached in word...

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Who is Justine Greening, the UK’s first LGBT Minister of Equalities?

Jul 14, 2016 by

by Olivia Blair, Independent: Justine Greening has been appointed Education Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities, taking over the reins from Nicky Morgan. Theresa May has wasted no time in hiring and firing cabinet members since replacing David Cameron as Prime Minister on Wednesday. Her cabinet reshuffle has included a few divisive appointments, including the announcement of Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary. Her reshuffle continued on Thursday with the promotion of Ms Greening...

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They won’t take prisoners; there won’t be sanctuaries

Jul 13, 2016 by

by Renzo Puccetti, LifeSite: I will begin with a true story. Father Massimiliano Pusceddu is a young Catholic priest serving in the Sardinian diocese of Cagliari. During a sermon on May 28 wherein he defended natural marriage, he quoted St. Paul’s letter to the Romans (1:24-32) where the Apostle condemns same-sex acts. The day after the June 12 murder of 49 people at the gay bar in Orlando, an online petition to Pope Francis and Italian political authorities was launched to obtain the...

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